Assistive technology news and info.
Another season, another release candidate for NVDA. The 4th version for 2017 includes a variety of improvements and also drops Windows XP and Vista support.
Firefox 57 Quantum will be released on Tuesday, and many screen reader users may want to avoid the update.
Accessible Apps has released another free update to the Chicken Nugget Twitter client for Windows and now Twitter is twice as fun.
Breaking: Germany's BAUM Retec AG Files for Bankruptcy Protection as it Restructures, BAUM USA Still Open
BAUM Retec AG, the parent company of BAUM USA and makers of the VarioUltra braille displays, has filed for bankruptcy protection in Germany. Baum USA remains open, however.
While smartphones have made it easier to gain access to important travel information, sometimes you might just want a boarding pass in braille, and one airline is doing just that.
If you've experienced crashes in PowerPoint or Windows Live Mail or more than a dozen other issues, they may be fixed in the latest free update for Dolphin's SuperNova.
A new round of beta testing for Android's TalkBack screen reader has begun as the first beta of TalkBack 6.1 has been posted.
On the heels of another round of public betas JAWS 2018 is now ready for mass consumption.
APH's New Braille Blaster may become an indispensable tool for transcribers and students, and it's available now for free.
Those interested in receiving a free copy of the Bitcoin Whitepaper, complete with tactile diagrams can now place preorders thanks to a crowdfunding effort.
If you wanted to learn more about AIRA, a conference call is available this Wednesday to answer your questions.
A major portion of Enchanted Hills Camp including staff and camper residences has been destroyed by the California wildfires.
The California wildfires are coming dangerously close to a popular camp for the blind.
Contrary to popular belief, the United States is not the only industrialized country with an accessible currency problem and one group is trying to solve this.
A small update for JAWS 18 fixes some reported issues with Outlook 365 and Microsoft Edge.
With the next version of JAWS just weeks away, the 2nd public beta for JAWS 2018 has been released.
iOS users can now experience some of the power of their Nearby Explorer for free.
While the official release is scheduled for Thursday, the Be My Eyes Android app has been posted and is available for use by blind and sighted alike.
Perhaps the most important access technology survey is back for another round, allowing screen reader users from across the world to sound off.
If you were planning to speak at next year's CSUN Assistive Technology Conference, you have one week to turn in your submission.
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